Yves Tumor, Taylor Swift, Amaarae, and More: This Week’s Pitchfork Selects Playlist


Pitchfork Selects March 20 2023

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Yves Tumor, Taylor Swift, Amaarae, and More: This Week’s Pitchfork Selects Playlist

Our weekly playlist highlights songs that our writers, editors, and contributors are listening to on repeat

The staff of Pitchfork listens to a lot of new music. A lot of it. On any given day our writers, editors, and contributors go through an imposing number of new releases, giving recommendations to each other and discovering new favorites along the way. Each Monday, with our Pitchfork Selects playlist, we’re sharing what our writers are playing obsessively and highlighting some of the Pitchfork staff’s favorite new music. The playlist is a grab-bag of tracks: Its only guiding principle is that these are the songs you’d gladly send to a friend.

This week’s Pitchfork Selects playlist features Taylor Swift, the Chemical Brothers, Esther Rose, Lana Del Rey, Yves Tumor, Amaarae, Danny Brown, and more. Listen below and follow our playlists on Apple Music and Spotify. (Pitchfork earns a commission from purchases made through affiliate links on our site.)

Pitchfork Selects: March 20, 2023

Yves Tumor: “Ebony Eye”
Lana Del Rey: “The Grants”
100 gecs: “Dumbest Girl Alive”
Amaarae: “Reckless & Sweet”
Jpegmafia / Danny Brown: “Lean Beef Patty”
Sofia Kourtesis: “Madres”
The Chemical Brothers: “No Reason”
RP Boo: “B.O.T.O.”
Esther Rose: “Safe to Run” [ft. Hurray for the Riff Raff]
Lord Jah-Monte Ogbon / Buck Dudley: “Popping on Estrn Pkwy” [ft. Crimeapple]
Maiya the Don: “Dusties”
Friko: “Crimson to Chrome”
Taylor Swift / Joy Williams / John Paul White: “Safe & Sound (Taylor’s Version)”

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